Back to 13th Century

Back to 13th Century

In the 13th century, Mongolia was united by a single man who is known as Chinggis Khan, and controlled the vast area of Asia and Europe under one roof.

Route: Ulaanbaatar – 13th Century Complex - Central Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 4 nights / 5 days

The Diverse Cultures of Western Mongolia

The Diverse Cultures of Western Mongolia

 Mongolia is country with different ethnic groups of nomads, most of which live in Western part of Mongolia.

Route: Ulaanbaatar - Ulaangom - Uvs Lake - Bayan-Ulgii - Khovd - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 9 nights / 10 days

Mountains and Monasteries of Mongolia

Mountains and Monasteries of Mongolia

The Mongolians have always been a people tolerant of different religions.  The court of the Great Khan was home to a number of different religions and churches, which competed for the Khan’s favor.

Route: Ulaanbaatar – Middle Gobi – Kharkhorin Ancient Capital – Amarbayasgalant Monastery - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 13 nights / 14 days

Naadam and the Nomadic Life

Naadam and the Nomadic Life

The three-day Naadam Festival is Mongolia’s most famous festival, and occurs at the height of summer, one of the best times to visit the country. 

Route: Ulaanbaatar – Central Mongolia – Southern Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 11 nights / 12 days

Treasures of Mongolia

Treasures of Mongolia

This trip is the best way to get experienced Mongolia with the different aspects that make you feel Mongolian traditional lifestyle and magnificent landscape.

Route: Ulaanbaatar - The Ancient Capital, Kharkhorin - Gobi Desert - Lake Khuvsgul - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 13 nights / 14 days

Nomad’s Culture Legacy

Nomad’s Culture Legacy

The milk of mares is fermented in leather bags hanging inside gers, to the left door, and it is customary for visitors to a ger to stir the airag to assist fermentation. 

Route: Ulaanbaatar - Central Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 7 nights / 8 days